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Buddie From ‘Dem Franchize Boyz’ Group Dies Of Cancer



Dem Franchize Boyz Member ‘Buddie’ Is Dead After Battling Cancer 

The group confirmed the death of Buddie on Sunday, uploading shots to the Instagram page with the caption, “R.I.P Buddie you Will be Missed #demfranchizeboyz.”

Dem Franchize Boyz first came to prominence at the height of the influx of southern dance anthems emerging from the South in the mid-2000s. 

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Notably, they are responsible for hits that include “White Tee,” “Oh, I Think They Like Me,” and Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It.” Their discography includes albums such as their self-titled debut in 2004, 2006’s On Top Of Our Game and 2008’s Our World, Our Way. The final release was 2011’s Voltron mixtape.
While they were scheduled to come together for JD’s So So Def 25th Anniversary Cultural Curren$y Tour, the trek was canceled.
Jermaine Dupri, who first signed the group to his So So Def label in 2005, paid his respects, quoting his former artist’s line from the group’s staple “Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It” track.
Dupri shared a photo of Tiller with the caption “🙏🏾🕊🕊 “They call me Doctor Doc
I prescribe what a nigga need” #ripbuddy may your soul rest easy #demfranchiseboyz. #fuckcancer”

Other celebrities also took to their social media pages to share their condolences.

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Peep some of it below :

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A post shared by 💋DA BRAT (@sosobrat) on Aug 25, 2019 at 1:51pm PDT

So saddening ..  RIP Buddie.. 
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